Williams' coach wants 30 Slams
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Serena Williams' coach Patrick Mouratoglou is more concerned with the American winning her 30th Grand Slam than a record-breaking 23rd.
Williams has claimed 22 'Slams to date and moved level with Steffi Graff when winning Wimbledon during the summer.
It was thought that she would move past the German legend at the US Open but the Florida resident suffered shock semi-final defeat to Karolina Pliskova.
The seven-time Wimbledon champion is now playing at an age when most women have hung up their racket but has continually stated that she has no intention of calling it a day any time soon.
Attempting to secure the elusive 23rd Grand Slam title in Australia at the start of next year will definitely be on the agenda but for Mouratoglou, there is still much more to come.
"I know people are going to be very much focused on the 23rd, I'm more focused on the 30th," he said. "Why not set up a record that will never be beaten in history? I think she can do it."